I often hear pro-lifers discuss the millions of black lives lost through the tragedy of abortion—but too many do so without considering the racial and cultural injustices driving this historical trend. These tragedies don’t happen in a vacuum. They occur, in large part, because of the social and economic damage suffered by black America, perpetrated by the land they call home.
As Black History Month comes to a close, I see no more glaring and deadly sign of the compounding trauma, injustice, and inequity of black history than the hundreds of thousands of black preborn children whose lives are terminated by abortion each year. If we’re going to remember this tragedy—as we must—we must also determine how we got here.
In general, the average woman seeking an abortion is in her late twenties, has a low income, a partial college education, already has children, and is unmarried. But as with any […]
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